The strange case that began last year with two women accusing members of the Green Bay Packers of sexually assaulting them appears to have come to an end with one Packers player pleading no contest to soliciting prostitution.
Packers defensive back Brandon Underwood has entered a no-contest plea, the chief of police in Lake Delton, Wisconsin, announced.
The case first came to our attention in June, with a report that six members of the Packers were being interviewed over a sexual assault claim by two women. The women were initially claiming that one Packers player raped them while other Packers players held them down.
That story later changed dramatically, to an allegation that Underwood brought the two women back to a cabin after meeting them at a strip club, and that he paid them for sex but threw them out of the cabin when he discovered them in the process of stealing from him.
Underwood’s no contest plea appears to end any legal proceedings against anyone on the Packers. There’s no word on whether the women are being charged with any crimes related to prostitution, filing a false police report or the alleged attempted theft.